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Reader comment on item: Arafat's Bedroom Farce

Submitted by S. Bieman (United States), Nov 11, 2004 at 04:46

That run down family burial plot sounds too good for the likes of an unrepentant, murderous terrorist like Arafat.

I'd say feed him to the sharks -- but I don't think any shark would be THAT hungry.

Otherwise, a very-active, erupting Mount St. Helens might provide a nice place to dispose of him -- and speed his journey straight to the pit of hell, where I'm sure he'll be quite at home with Hitler, Saddam's sons and a myriad other psychotic, bloodthirsty killers.
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